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Classic Accessories Quick-Fit UTV Bench Seat Cover Review

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Review of the Classic Accessories Quick-Fit UTV Bench Seat Cover

Adam: What's going on everybody, Adam with etrailer, and today we're going to be taking a look at some QuadGear bench seat covers for your UTV. You have the option to grab camo, if that's what you're into. Or we also have black as well. So whether you guys are just doing a lot of work with your UTVs and you don't really want it to get all scratched up or if you always have a pup with us. Come on. It's going to protect those seats from any scratches.

She's got pretty sharp nails. Well, we definitely like to cruise, so having a seat cover is definitely a big plus for me. So whether you just have tools in your pockets a lot, or you have pups with some sharper nails, it's definitely going to protect it. It's nice and abraisen resistant. It's going to be a lot better than just your factory covers on your seats.

So it's definitely going to either protect your seats from any scratches or abrasions or just cover up those big gashes you've been dealing with for years.I know we put this thing to the test, especially when we work, but also sometimes she gets real muddy and something like that, and she jumps in and gets everything all muddy. Luckily we can throw these in the wash if we want. We could take a hose and hose them off if we want. So even if she makes it all dirty, we can clean up pretty easily. And the material too, is weather resistant.

So, if you're wet or if it's raining and you've got to drive and do work anyway, you don't have to worry about it seeping in and maybe holding all that moisture. It's going to repel all that away, so no mold or anything like that. And it's just going to be really nice for even the snowy months that you guys may have. All of that snow eventually would melt around your body when you're sitting down. But luckily it's not going to go through the cover here, so everything's going to stay nice and dry underneath.So the kit does come with some headrests, but I don't have any headdress on my Ranger.

But if you do, they come with it. You don't have to worry about purchasing them separately. The only thing we had to do now is just to show you guys how to install these covers. So let's go ahead and do that now. So now we're just going to go ahead and install them. Of the two colors, I think I'm going to go with camo, the black we're not going to do today, but it's going to be the same exact installation process. So let's just go ahead and get it done. You can take this bottom seat off if you want. I really don't need to, I'm just going to kind of pivot it up when I need it. But you can remove this bottom seat, but it's not necessarily necessary. Start on one end, kinda drape it over like that. It doesn't have to be perfect initially, we just need to get it seated into place. Just like that.Now with this, tilt it up. We're going to have a strap on one end, and another on the other. And what we're going to do is it's going to be a little crevice and we can slide it in and up just like that. And what we're going to do is do our best to hold both tight. Always start putting these two together, just like that. I'm going to do the same exact thing on the other side. Now that we're done with all of that, there's going to be one little flexible string on one end. All we've got to do there, just give it a good tug just to get the rest of that Slack out throughout the seat cover. And that string runs all the way along all this. So, as we kind of work it around and move it, you'll feel it kind of freeing up a little bit. And then you can go ahead, squeeze that and slide it down. And you can just go ahead and tuck that underneath your cover. And then you're pretty much good.Now we can go ahead and do the back part of our seat. All we need to make sure is that we have this little emblem, and it's right side up. And pretty much self explanatory. Just wrap it around your seat. Work it around like that. So once we get it into place to where we want it, we can go ahead and there is going to be a little pull string on this end, and just like the bottom, we're going to pull that, get all that slack out. That's just going to help it suck up against the ridges of our seats, just to make sure it doesn't go anywhere. Once we get all that done again, just squeeze it, put it all the way in there like that. Let me just tuck these away behind the cover like that. There was two other connections that I really wasn't able to make, and they're pretty much the connections on the center down low. I'm going to go around so you guys can see it a little bit better, but I really couldn't get these hooks down here.These are intended to go up and around your seat and they're going to hook onto this little loop here. I was not able to fish it behind there. Just because there is limited space, but if you really wanted to make that connection, you definitely could. It's not impossible, but we are going to have to just route it underneath and just get it through a little tiny gap in the back. But other than that, I do think these seat covers are going to do what they need to do and that's just protect my seats. Not the greatest fit in the world, but at the end of the day I just don't want my nice new seats to get all scratched up. But you guys might also just be covering up some of those big gashes that you have after obviously years and years of you using your UTV for work around the house. Well everyone that just about does it for a look at the QuadGear bench seat covers for your UTV. And again, I'm Adam with etrailer. Have a good day.

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